Stars, Galaxies, Planets: how do we know what they are?

  • How do we know what we are looking at?
  • How do we know that those are what we are told they are?
  • Do galaxies, stars and planets even exist? (...the words and images sure do...)
Here we have two allegedly legit images of some far away galaxies. NASA, Hubble and the hole nine yards of credentials.
  • 2018: NASA has released an absolutely beautiful photo taken by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope of PLCK G004.5-19.5, a massive cluster of galaxies in the constellation Sagittarius.
This Hubble image shows the galaxy cluster PLCK G004.5-19.5.
Image credit: NASA / ESA / Hubble / RELICS / D. Coe et al.



  • 2018: The Hubble Telescope Has Found a Smile in Space to Warm Your Heart
A trio of galaxies form what appears to be a wry smile in deep space in this view from the Hubble
Space Telescope. This close-up image shows galaxies from the SDSS J0952+3434 cluster.



  • 1993: Hubble Reveals Observable Universe Contains 10 Times More Galaxies Than Previously Thought
This image covers a portion of a large galaxy census called
the Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey (GOODS).


Note: Just kidding, the last image is a plum.

KD: I simply do not trust TPTB to tell us the truth in reference to what these objects actually are. I am not going to question that the objects can be observed, but I do not trust unverifiable theories. For all we know, these could be misrepresented Christmas lights, plums or whatever. By repeating that those are planets, stars and galaxies they will never obtain the characteristics assigned to them by the narrative.
  • Is there a way to verify that we are not being played for a fool? I do not think so. None of the scientists has ever been there, from what we know. It also looks like none of us will ever be allowed to go and verify.
  • CGI is our destiny.
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